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It will be interesting to see what Ed Rendell does should Sanders and/or Sestak win their primaries. Especially as to Sestak. Will Ed put getting a progressive Democrat elected to the Senate ahead of his personal lobbying BFFs and corporate law clients ($$$). I very much doubt it. And you know what, I doubt that Sestak has much use for Rendell, which is fine with me. Rendell is old school, schmoozing, slick-talking, wheel & deal, 3rd way. The sooner that whole crew goes the way of the dinosaurs, the better.